I’ve just returned from my favourite toy convention of all time, Mego Meet and please excuse the sleepy voice but I haven’t had much sleep! Thought it would be fun to go over the various items i picked up at this weekend’s festivities, stuff from Planet of the apes, the Monster Squad, Stretch Armstrong, Godzilla, Kolchak the Night Stalker and hey I even bought a Mego figure from Buck Rogers.
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Today we talk about the upcoming Mego Meet 2019 Customs benefit auction, all proceeds go to keeping our site up and running. We’ve had some generous donations this year and I also share my own contributions.
Please check out the MegoMeet Facebook page for more information.
You can also visit the MegoMuseum for info as well.
This week we talk about the Mego One Million BC line and the series of awesome “Prehistoric Animals” that were created for the line. These (mostly dinosaurs) creatures are actually some of the hardest to find items produced by Mego and well, they’re a lot of fun.
For more information, please visit the Mego Museum One Million BC Gallery:
This week’s installment of Toy-Ventures is all about the action figures produced by Larami for the 1980 TV mini-series “The Martian Chronicles”, just how does a mini-series get an action figure line the first place? We’ll try to explain.
You can check out our gallery of Martian Chronicles Toys Here:
A new episode of “Mego Museum Mint off Card”, where we de-card a new Retro Figure and let you explore what’s inside.
Our subject this week is the new 14″ Joker figure by Mego Corp. This is from the fourth wave of Target.
Mint off Card is going on hiatus with this show as I’m focusing on a new Mego related project for the next few weeks. I want to thank you all for the amazing support and kindness and express my gratitude to the fine folks at Mego Corp and Figures Toy Company.